Course Description


International Law English Beginning Course is addressed to trainees who need to use legal English actively for academic reasons or work, and has at least a "medium" level (Intermediate) English. After developing reading, writing, listening and speaking skillswith legal content texts, learners will have the opportunity to prepare for the International Legal English exam as ILEC (International Legal English Certificate) and TOLES (Test of Legal Skills). At the end of the course, the main aim is to increase participants’ law vocabulary, critical thinking skills, writing skills on law matters, oral interview and presentation skills.


The course includes the following goals:

  • Definition and taking notes on law subjects, finding the  main ideas and details,
  • Identifying the details and purpose, main ideas and subject of the written legal texts,
  • Express ideas clearly and be able to  ask questions  in legal discussions,
  • Advise on issues related to the availability of exchange of information on legal matters,
  • Express  ideas by making appropriate comments on legal content, discussions and arguments,
  • Making a clear and well-structured presentation, highlighting  the important points in a matter of legal content, and giving appropriate answers to all questions about the presentation content,
  • Expressing opinions in writing, declaring the reasons for  supporting or opposing positions on legal issues,,
  • Explaining the advantages and disadvantages of various possible solutions about a  legal  problem,
  • Enter into  correspondence for giving or obtaining information  on legal issues.

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